The opponents of Morsi might say many things against him ranging from ‘authoritarianism’ to ‘economy’. But the real reason for ‘Morsi’s’ downfall was in ‘Political Islamic’ Ideology of Morsi’s Islamic Brotherhood Party.
Morsi with his Political Islam rhetoric seems to have even antagonized the Powerful Kingdom of Saudi Arabia apart from the tiny UAE, as he suddenly charted an independent foreign policy with regard to Iran, sending shock-waves across the region like a huge rock falling on to a ‘Swimming Pool’.
Curiously both Morsi and his opponents fear to accept this truth that their problem was with ‘Political Islam‘ – that even makes presumably ‘Islamic States‘ enemies of such ‘Political Islam‘ advocacy groups.
Even in the above video for Egypt‘s tourism minister is rambling about many things against Morsi until he lets the truth out stating ‘Political Islam‘ is the problem right at the end of the ‘Interview’.
He later took up his post again, but then resigned for a second time after Mr Morsi’s speech on Wednesday 26 June.
He was one of the ministers not affiliated with an Islamist party.
Speaking to the BBC’s Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen, Mr Zaazou said that President Morsi made “one mistake after another” and that military intervention was necessary for Egypt to head “in the right direction”.
Hence the lesson for a Islamic ruler from Morsi’s debacle is that stop bragging about ‘Political Islam‘ and start doing something that is beneficial to your society and people that none else with a different ideology could either match or achieve.